This fine looking building on Newbury Street was constructed in 1904 as the the home of Congregation Shaarey Tphiloh. The congregation moved to a new location on Noyes Street in the 1950's but the building remains in use as offices and artist studios. I'm not sure what architectural style best describes this structure, but I think it looks great.
|Shaarey Tphiloh Synagogue behind power lines.|
|From the front.|